Mykola Vavrynchuk

Vavrynchuk Mykola Prorokovych (born October 6, 1953, village of Zagintsi, Derazhnyan district, now Khmelnytskyi region) is a lawyer, teacher, public figure. Deputy of the Khmelnytskyi Regional Council (1994-98). Major General (1999)

Honorary Doctor of Khmelnytskyi National University.

Vavrynchuk Mykola Prorokovych - Head of the Department of Law, Candidate of Political Sciences, Associate Professor, Honored Education Worker of Ukraine. He graduated with honors from the Kamianets-Podilskyi State Pedagogical Institute named after V.P. Zatonskyi. In 2003, at the Academy of the Security Service of Ukraine, he defended his candidate's thesis for the degree of candidate of political sciences on the topic "Ethno-political security in the national security system of Ukraine." In 2006, he was awarded the academic title of associate professor. An expert in the field of humanitarian policy, ensuring national security, history of the state and law of Ukraine, constitutional law of Ukraine and foreign countries. The author of more than 80 scientific works and publications on problematic issues of ensuring national security, public policy, political science, history, legal deontology, and the Holodomor in Ukraine. Among them: three monographs ("National security of Ukraine: theory and practice", "Ethnopolitical security in the system of national security of Ukraine at the stage of modern state formation", "Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Khmelnytskyi region"); three textbooks ("National security of Ukraine: theory and practice", "Political aspects of public administration", "Higher education of Ukraine and the Bologna process").